This is after Italy was granted the success early today as indicated by Fiji Rugby Union CEO John O’Connor who affirmed it in a public interview at Rugby House today.
France was declared the champs in the main match with a 28-0 score-line and the equivalent goes for Italy after the abrogation of the two games.
O’Connor says this in accordance with the competition Terms of Participation.
At the beginning of today test results affirmed there are presently 29 positive COVID-19 cases out of the 46 players and instructing staff in the Flying Fijians camp.
Another round of tests will be directed on Friday.
O’Connor says their need now along with the competition coordinators is the security and prosperity of the players and the board.
What’s more, the group will stay in exacting separation and checking preceding further testing being directed.
Fiji Rugby and the coordinators are focused on making all vital move and steps to guarantee that all players are tried negative preceding any further thought.